Meghan is all set to marry Harry. Her life will change forever from that day. Though, since announcing the engagement, life has already changed plenty for her.
Below, is a list of things soon-to-be bride probably won’t be doing once she officially becomes a royal.
- TAKE SELFIES.
According to our reports, Ms Meghan has already mastered this rule as a royal. During her , Meghan told a couple who asked for a selfie, “I am sorry, we’re not allowed to do selfies”.
- GOING OUT IN PUBLIC TOTALLY ALONE.
Its almost been 7 years, since Kate Middleton became a royal. How many times have you seen her all by herself? Like every member of the royal family, Meghan Markle will certainly have her security details with her everywhere she goes.
- GIVING AUTOGRAPHS.
Save for official signings at royal engagements, the Royals, are not allowed to sign autographs for the public. The fear is that someone could forge the signature and use it against the family. But, Meghan needs to work on this rule. She already broke this rule at a royal event, where she signed for a little girl.
- USING SOCIAL MEDIA.
Most likely, Ms. Meghan Markle will be joining Harry, Kate and William under ‘KensingtonRoyal’ on social media. The trio has been providing updates about the charities they support on the account. This has indeed provided an intimate and controlled line of communication between the young royals and the public.
- SHOWING PDA.
There’s a pretty good reason why photos of William and Kate kissing are limited to their wedding day lip kiss on the balcony at Buckingham Palace. Does this mean that Harry and Meghan’s engagement pictures will be the last time we see them get personal?
Well, according to royal etiquette expert, Myka Meier: “There is no official protocol against PDA. Harry and Meghan holding hands at a royal engagement is refreshingly a modern approach to their new role as a royal couple”.
- THE VOTING.
Meghan, who will soon seek out for British citizenship after her marriage to Harry, will certainly not participate in future UK elections. The official parliament website states: “Though not prohibited by law, it is indeed considered unconstitutional for the Monarch to vote in an election”. A spokesperson from Buckingham Palace told The Royal UK: “The Royal Family do not exercise their voting rights by convention”.
- WEARING MORE OF REVEALING OUTFITS LIKE THE ONE IN THE COUPLE’S ENGAGEMENT PICTURES.
While there was no such cleavage or slip-up, the look of the dress raised some questions. Seeing that, it will certainly be the last exposing dress Meghan wears in public or in official pictures. She also made headlines when she wore stockings on the day of their engagement announcement.
Royal expert, Victoria Arbiter says: “You never see a royal without their nude stockings. Meghan, from what I can see by looking at their engagement pictures, it doesn’t look like she was wearing tights or stockings. I would say that this really is the only hard rule in terms of what Her Majesty requires”.